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banks may make them too small to succeed. then, simon johnson will have five minutes to rebut as well peter, and you will each have three minutes to make your closing arguments. thereafter, we will open and up to a panel discussion. you can throw questions at one another, cast of versions and make attacks as you want. we will have an open discussion as time allows and we will open and up to q&a from the audience. i know we will have our timekeeper standing in the back. you will be cut off if you use more than your allotted time. with that, let us get started. harvey, the floor is yours. you have eight minutes. you do not have to use at all it did not choose to. >> thank you. i would like to think brad for inviting me to come up here for this debate. another thing i need to say, and i might be the only one on the panel has to do this. but give a disclaimer. the pews am going to express today our mind. -- the abuse and gorda express i am going to express today our mind. what i am going to say is not necessarily the view of anyone else in the federal reserve system or any of the parts of
that we have talked about for 20 years. simon and shuster, who i have done all my books with, always wanted me to do, after i wrote a successful book on bodybuilding, they wanted me to do the autobiography. in the '90s i was doing two, three movies a year and i was too busy to do that. i also think my story isn't interesting enough, but after the governorship, i felt like it is an interesting story and this was before the scandal ever came out, we started talking again with simon and shuster and kept going down that road, maybe i should after i'm finished with the governorship, sit down and write this autobiography and it was a difficult time to think back and to go back in my life because i always was a person that was going forward. dreams, vision, go after it, then the next one and the next one and so on. so i did it. i thought that now with the governorship, it's an interesting story, but at the same time, there is the scandal. so there was now a choice that i had to make, do i want to make this a book about the success story of my life or do i want to go and really writaboumy fa
about for 20 years. simon & schuster who i've done all my books with always wanted me to do after i wrote a successful book on body building called "encyclopedia of modern bodybuilding," they wanted me to do theautobiography. in the '90s i was too businesses zi with movies to da that. also, i felt like my story isn't interesting enough. but after the governorship, i felt like it is an interesting story, and this was before the scandal ever came out. we started talking again to simon & schuster. and kept going down that road, maybe i should after i'm finished with the governorship, sit down and write this autobiography. it's a difficult time to go back in my life because i was always a person going forward, dreams, vision, go after it, the next one and the next one and so on. and so i did it. i thought that, now with the governorship, there's an interesting story. but at the same time there's the scandal. so there was now a choice that i had to make, do i want to make this a book about the success story of my life or do i want to go and really write about my life and write about all
, first of all, the autobiography was something we've talked about for 20 year, simon & schuster who have done all my books with always wanted me to do after i wrote a successful book on bodybuilding called "the encyclopedia of modern bodybuilding" they wanted me to do the auto buyibiography in the '90s i was doing two or three movies a year and was too busy and also thought my story wasn't interesting enough but after the governorship i felt it was an interesting story and it was before the scandal came out and we started talking with simon & schuster and, you know, kept going down that road, maybe i should finish with the governorship we write and sit down and write this autobiography and it was always a difficult time to think back and go back in my life because i was always going forward, dreenls, vision and go after it, the next one and so on so i did it. i thought that now with the governorship there's an interesting story and started working with it, but at the same time there is the scandal. so there was now a choice that i had to make do i want to make this a book about the succe
. and with that, we've got sister simone campbell from nuns on the bus in studio with us. we'll talk to our sports editor, dave we've adopted him. they play him, we adopted him. all that coming up, but first this is the full court press. >> headlines making news, the major league baseball championship series got underway. the new york yankees are having a rough go at it against the tigers 2-0. derek jeter broke hissing a yell. nlcs,ed cardinals won over san francisco 6-4 yesterday game two in that series. tonight, yankees-detroit tomorrow. >> bill: yankees have had a hard time. a-rod benched. >> they sat him down for a couple games. >> bill: because he's been playing such poor baseball. >> i'm on team tigers, by the way. i jumped ship from the nationals, i'm now on the tigers bandwagon. >> eric clapton is a bit richer, a painting from his private art collection sold for over $34 million. >> whoa! >> at an auction. the painter was sold for the highest price ever for a work by a living artist. eric clapton bought the oil on canvas, part of a series of three for just over $3,000,000.10 years ago so i
started through the network lobby. it's a group of american sisters, sister simone campbell hoaring named the first one which went through nine states a couple of months ago through iowa and all the way through virginia. she was in studio with us before they went on the trip and the day they got back to washington d.c. the whole emphasis was bring attention to the ryan budget, the nuns believe this is not the direction a catholic church ought to be supporting in their government wrong policies and particularly pertinent, because ryan himself is such you a big catholic. since then, sister simone campbell told us the other day there have been many, many different states where groups of nuns have said hey we want to do a nones on the bus tour in our state or this state. they even did one on the stanton island ferry which is just a nuns on the ferry. >> sure. >> bill: and so we had planned right now and looking at dan to find out what's going on to be talking to the latest nuns on the bus tour is in ohio, where they were met by protestors from the tea party. ok? now, the tea party actually --
god. all right. >> simon cowell's got at least another year of work. fox yesterday announced it will pick up the reality show x factor for a third season although it's gotten nowhere near the ratings of "american idol." fans seem to be happy with the new judges demi lovato and britney spears. >> bill: simon cowell. i don't think he has to worry about it. >> i haven't been watching the x factor. >> bill: who are these people? >> tiger woods is trying something new. he's building a golf course. >> not chitting? >> reports the star golfer is trying his hand as course architect designing his first one doing so at a resort in cabo in mexico. the 14-time major champion says it will be a course that anybody of any experienced level will be able to enjoy. no word on how many more courses he wants to build and how much he's getting paid but it is costing $12 million to build. >> bill: it is costing $12 million because they have to bring the water from northern california. baja, california, it is a freaking
are a businessman before you entered the u.s. senate. lower interest rates, lower unemployment, lawrence simons did lower inflation -- and lower inflation could now they come to your door and said they don't -- and lower inflation. now they come to your door and say they want you to change. why would you except that -- what would you accept that? this is an administration that has more than doubled the national debt. they have done that in less than eight years. they have taken this country from the number one lender nation in the world to the number one debtor nation in the world. and the interest on that debt next year on this reagan-bush debt of our nation will be $640 for every man, woman and child in america because of this kind of a credit-card mentality. so we go out and we tried to sell our securities every week. and hope that they will buy them. and they do buy them. but every time they do, we lose some of our economic independence for the future. now have turned around and bought 10% of the manufacturing base of this country that have 20% of the banks. they own 46% of the commercial real
to colonel joseph. and that's it. other to thank aei, kenneth green, our mascot at uw. john m. simon kenneth green has been instrumental in getting me here. one final slide. in this book, we talked mostly about barack obama here. rush is one chapter piercy imagine how much information they packed into this the paper talk about organic food, genetically modified food in the future could come environmentalism, solar power, vaccines, european science, gender research, science journalism, false equivalence, wore an excellent and important issues for 2012 and beyond. that said, that's all i have. thank you very much. [applause] >> by the book. it's worth the investment of me. i have a bunch of questions, but i'm going to go to the floor after only asking one of them. could you talk a little bit about how natural gas went from being clean burning natural gas in the environmental movement to the point where we now have a war on natural gas from the mainstream? >> that's a great question. john and sign has a great answer to this. natural gas is to be a turning of the environment must the environment
-2007. for years later is really a bite to jamie simon. here is a look at jpmorgan right now. down about a half percent. jamie jamie dimon had a formal complaint. the market right now, well, the s&p and nasdaq are higher in the dow is lower. dagen: thank you so much. connell: we will talk a little bit more about the jpmorgan story. melissa francis has done some reporting on this. we will see what the responses are. melissa francis on that coming up next. dagen: one day until president obama and mitt romney face-off. denver. neil cavuto is heading out there. he will begin to talk about that debate. first, a look at how the world for thief are faring against the dollar today. ♪ >> 21 minutes past the hour, i have gearbox news minute. a judge has blocked pennsylvania voter id. the role will be allowed to be fully implemented next year. the border patrol agent is dead and another injured in arizona. taking place just before 2:00 a.m. officials say this to along with a third agent for all patrol with an alarm was triggered along the border. seven crew members are under arrest in hong kong after th
to embrace the difference of character. i came to texas. we have realized that there is simon amazing aspect incredible diversity i finally learned to become the resident, i'm happy one of the reasons i'm learning to represent you guys. >> moderator: each candidate is going to have a two-minute statement and we start with mr. tierney. tierney: first one to think the jewish panel as well as my opponents on the debate tonight. i think that we have seen this election comes down to the similar traits. on the one side has accepted freely from the tea party who said he supports the republican majority in congress across the two-party and the republican budget in the agenda and if you read the tea party has done right and has the right idea if you like what you've been seeing coming over washington with the republicans in charge and with their plans to end medicare's your nt benefits to restrict access to birth control and raise taxes on the middle class in order to pay the cuts to the millionaires do you think mr. romney and mr. tisei are right the government, seniors and working women with young
lopez. >> simon cowell rooting for khloe kardashian saying they bring authenticity. mario lopes, host of many shows. interesting to see what they bring to "x-factor." >> good to hear they are good friends. maybe he'll help her in that role. it seems like k-pats is back on. >> i said these two will be back together, sources told me. spotted all across los angeles. thee bought a $2.2 million house around the corner. these two do love each other and mistakes are happening. good that they are maybe reconciling. >> fans will be happy about that. also appears that katy perry on john maher could be an item, spotted in and around new york yesterday. >> this is telling because she actually spent his 35th birthday with him and they went to a pretty hot spot. restaurant here and also spotted at dinner and lunch together so they are not keeping it quiet or a secret. looks like they are very much on. >> let's talk about possible breakups as well. it appears that oscar winner russell crowe could be splitting from his wife of nine years, danielle spencer, this reported by "the sydney herald" who bro
last week, the roger simon piece that said that congressman ryan actually holds the governor in a bit of disdain and has referred to him as "the stench"? did that surprise you? did you find that to be credible? >> oh, well, i think they actually came out and said that was satire. they added an editor's note. i think there were a lot of people who didn't understand it was satire. it was added -- they added an editor's note the next day. "buzzfeed" called them and asked about that. >> john: well, i'm relieved. >> it was an attempt at satire. >> john: when the onion site is down, i go right to politico for their insights. >> you need to be pretty clear when you're attempting satire on politico. it is not exactly what you're expecting. >> john: it did seem like ryan winced when he pointed out that barack obama didn't raise taxes during his first term. >> that was pretty great. his reaction was kind of a wts. wtf. what are you doing? by all accounts, i've done a lot of reporting on this, ryan and romney have a v
, analytical, less swayed by emotion. it is a personality that comes from simon baron-cohen. he has a bunch of items that will give you a score, the drive to understand the variables in a system and how they govern the behavior of the system. if you understand subway maps, sheets, if you enjoy doing that, it is the drive to identify the of motions another person is to -- experiencing. there is a big sex difference here. men are higher on systematizing and women are higher on that. if you analyze only the men, libertarian men are the highest of any of the three groups and they are the lowest on empathizing. libertarians are the only group whose scores are higher than their empathizing scores. this reflects a lot of things happening. many point to the feminizing of the democratic party. it has not only got more female, but it has gotten more feminine. there are a whole bunch of other studies, and i can tell you like this. it is a whole year -- a measure of reasoning, we have logic problems were you can get it wrong. tolerance of ambiguity, libertarians are the highest. there is one exception,
drives the gym to get. many catholic groups are most notable in networks led by sister simone and the nuns on the bus have been vocal critics of the ryan budget which would cut spending of social services. republicans have been heavily influenced by the tea party movement in the past three years, and the tea party espouses of course that government should be far less responsible for providing the service. they believe that when the government provides social welfare it creates a culture of dependency among americans but i was struck that paul ryan use those words talk about welfare reform. so the american values survey asked americans whether they were more likely to agree that government policy and helping the poor served as a critical safety net or whether they create a culture of dependency where people are provided with too many handouts. so figure nine shows the percentage of americans were more likely to say that those policies create a culture of dependency. it's relatively few, only 32% of americans say social welfare policies create a culture of dependency. there is a
seriously. i learned that the duke simone in conservative gossip at the court of louis the 14th thought his contribution to society was so great that in his memoirs he wrote 3,000 paejz published in 40 volumes. i can't produce that and there's a whole pair docks. >> imagine that dude on twitter. vicky. >> we can't take the gender gap for granted, that preference of democrats by women. you know, we've been seeing so much bounce in the polls in terms of women in 2010. we also saw a preference for republicans by women. in 2012 i don't know what's going to happen. is this going to be an exception or more of the same? >> this is a big thing to keepure eyes on. women do vote differently for men. they have for some time. my thanks to all of you. thank you for getting up, and thank you for joining us today for "up." join us tomorrow sunday morning at 8:00, and we'll preview monday's presidential debate on foreign policy with -- coming up next is today's mhp. this week in voter suppression, the confusion edition as courts strike down one technique after another, there are people still at work active
'm ted simons. you have a great evening. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> the thing about eisenhower is that he would never tell anybody whether he was going to use nuclear weapons. why is this important? in the 1950's, nuclear-weapons were pretty new comment and we threatened to use them at various stages. nobody ever knew whether he was serious or not. of course, it to be credible as a deterrent, and you have to be credible, and ike never told anybody. talk about loneliness of command. the use of nuclear weapons, what could be a greater demand -- command decisions and that? now he is president and he has an even greater level of responsibility at a time when nuclear-weapons are new. not just one or two, but we're building a whole arsenal. are we going to use these things or not? ike use them as a tool. basically to avoid any more. >> evan thomas on "ike's bluff." >> and this government has promised and maintain the closest surveillance of the soviet's military buildup on the island of cuba. with
] and jason plumber. [applause] we also want to thank our .anelists thanks also to the paul simon public policy institute and the staff of the cultural and civic center. the candidates will debate one more time this election season. that effort -- third and final debate will be wednesday, october 10 at 7:00 p.m. the debate will be streamed live at it will air on wusa television on october 12 adkins 7:00 p.m. that is a friday -- october 12 at 7:00 p.m. this is a friday. thank you for watching. good night. [applause] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> the c-span's 2012 coverage continues later today with two more congressional debate. we will take you live in massachusetts for a senate debate between scott brown and democratic challenger, elizabeth warren. it is their second televised debate. you can see that live at 7:00 p.m. eastern here on c-span. after that, will go west to nebraska out -- as republican doug fisher challenges bob kerrey. it starts live tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern. you can
accounting for some of the funding differential that simon of lightly references at the same time they are playing a morally without the safety net that would save them meaning that market shock in the case of either operational, sovereignty or liquidity risk of a large institution would be worse. it would be lanham brothers on steroids. that's what scares me and why we need to go back to the liquidation of authority. could work in across borders attritions? does anything work in a cross border situation? not well to read about 80% of all banks offshore assets are held in the u.k. and that is particularly true for the wholesale oriented institutions like jpmorgan. they are operating in 70 countries but to what they've got in bulgaria is not systemic. maybe in bulgaria is. that is a different question. to chase and the u.k. it isn't. those are afterthought operations. that's why the u.s. and the u.k. are very fall along and what they called a crisis management group to resolve that aspect of cross border banking. is it done? no peery dividing durkan and i can answer your questions
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